Moultrie Observer

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May 30, 2014

Municipal Court for the June 4 edition

MOULTRIE — This article has been corrected from an earlier version.

The following cases were recently disposed of in Moultrie Municipal Court:

Tony Deshawn Bentley, 26, pleaded guilty to trespassing and was sentenced to 14 days jail.

Arnold Earl Blackstone, 58, pleaded guilty to tag light required, driving while license suspended, open container violation and DUI. Blackstone was sentenced to 75 days jail and ordered to participate in the Risk Reduction Program and Victims Impact Panel.

Robert James Edwards, 63, was found guilty of violation of probation and was sentenced to 22 days jail.

Leslie Lee Flores, 30, pleaded guilty to possession of an ounce or less of marijuana and was ordered to pay $600 fine or serve 30 days jail. Flores also pleaded guilty to DUI and was ordered to pay a $1,530 fine; serve 45 days jail and 60 hours community service; and participate in the Risk Reduction Program and Victims Impact Panel. Flores also pleaded guilty to open container violation and was ordered to pay a $207 fine or serve 10 days jail; and also pleaded guilty to failure to maintain lane and was ordered to pay a $109 fine or serve 5 days jail.

William Richard Gandy, 56, pleaded guilty to public drunk and was sentenced to 14 days jail and 12 months probation and was banned from the city of Moultrie.

Brian Keith Hall, 23, was found guilty of violation of probation and was ordered to pay $1,320 or serve 30 days jail.

Aaron Michael Hartley, 36, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was sentenced to 12 days jail.

Charles William Martin, 17, was found guilty of violation of probation and pleaded guilty to possession of an ounce or less of marijuana, trespassing and duty to obey a police officer. A contempt of court citation was added to the marijuana charge. In all, he was fined $700 and sentenced to 25 days jail.

Billy Ray Stafford, 51, pleaded guilty to no proof of insurance and was sentenced to 14 days jail.

Kevin Scott Stanfield, 52, pleaded guilty to no driver’s license and was sentenced to 16 days jail.

Jose Espinoza Vega, 51, pleaded guilty to DUI, driving while license revoked and failure to stop at accident with damage. Vega was sentenced to 125 days jail.

Ricky Maurice Young, 32, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and duty to obey a police officer. Young was sentenced to 40 days jail.

Dylon Reid Allegood, 19, was charged with reckless driving. Bond was forfeited.

Karen J. Allegood, 61, was charged with speeding (52 in a 35). Bond was forfeited.

Dimitra Lynette Anderson, 38, was charged with speeding (69 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Eugene Anderson, 19, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Teresa M. Baillargeon, 35, was charged with speeding (49 in a 35). Bond was forfeited.

Morris David Baker, 64, was charged with failure to yield when entering or crossing a roadway. Bond was forfeited.

Ry Edward Bates, 24, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Marion Jerome Bentley, 50, was charged with speeding (59 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

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